Phil Johnson en Directors and Executives, Human Resources Professionals MBL Founder & CEO • Master of Business Leadership 20/3/2017 · 1 min de lectura · +800

Horses and Cars

Horses and Cars

Sometimes I try to imagine what Henry Ford must have felt like when discussing the emerging automotive industry with horse owners. Revolutionary change is always met with fear and skepticism – we can’t help ourselves from reacting in this way when it comes to rapid change.

In a similar way, the recognition and acceptance of the growing need for authentic leadership and emotional intelligence is working its way through the following progression.

Every important idea starts out on the fringe. It is not obvious, proven or readily explained. Sometimes, that fringe idea begins to resonate with those around the fringe-loving. It is risky, but now there are more people embracing it.

Sometimes the risky idea is seen by some as a new thing. They alert their trusted advisor network. These are the people that trust their opinion and want to be in on the new thing. When enough of them embrace a new thing it becomes a hot thing and then the hot thing goes to mass acceptance.

Finally, when enough people accept the idea, they begin to pressure the rest of the people around them, insisting that they accept the new idea as if it is always been the right thing to do.

Things that are accepted now that virtually everyone believes in as universal truths, were fringe practices a century or less ago. Now everyone drives cars, they don’t ride horses. The development of authentic leadership and emotional intelligence is gradually being accepted as an essential solution that leads to better results.


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Brian McKenzie 21/3/2017 · #1

Or when nobody listens - you move to a new market that is more receptive to innovation and creation..... it is nearly easier to create from scratch than it is to 'Reform'.